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New to Nikon rfdr.

What mount is this lens? No threads; no tab like my 5 & 3.5.

Is this Leica M?
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Leica screw mount (aka LTM) but yours has an L-M adapter attached so is ready for use on M-mount cameras.

Its a rare lens. Only about 900 were made in LTM.

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While I'm somewhat less new to Nikon RFs I'm surprised as it does look like a Leica M mount.

Wondering what type of black magic was used? Must be very powerful as it looks very well done.

Let's see what Fred, Jon, or Nikon Kiu say.

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its a leica screw to bayonet adapter, as available from the head bartender
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